electromyogram


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Related to electromyogram: electroretinogram, Nerve conduction study
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a graphical record of electric currents associated with muscle contractions

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Electromyogram of this patient was normal and nerve conduction studies revealed only the long standing neuropathy.
The major problem in analysis of non-linear and non-stationary ECG is to remove the embedded noise e.g., power line interference, instrumentation noise, motion artefacts, muscle artefact, baseline wander and electromyogram, and to get its noise-free smoothed version.
Nerve conduction study/ electromyogram may be normal or show axonal motor neuropathy or axonal sensorimotor polyneuropathy.
We present a case demonstrating that iatrogenic trauma from an electromyogram potentiated a recurrent episode of focal myositis.
Zazula, "Estimating motor unit discharge patterns from high-density surface electromyogram," Clinical Neurophysiology, vol.
Electromyogram (EMG) data were collected by using a Delsys system (Trigno wireless; Delsys Inc., Boston, MA, USA) with a 1000 Hz sampling rate.
To minimize the risk of recurrent laryngeal nerve damage, we used an electromyogram endotracheal tube (EMG-ETT, Medtronic), placed using a video laryngoscope and inflated the cuff to a pressure of 25 cm [H.sub.2]O.
All 4 patients were initially diagnosed with GBS due to clinical presentation, nerve conduction studies, and needle electromyogram. The combination was discontinued 0-2 days after notice of elevated serum CK levels.
The authors cover physiology, anatomy, and fractal properties; fractal dimension of biosignals; fractal analysis of the electrocardiogram; fractals analysis of surface electromyogram; and a wide variety of other related subjects.
The following are some of the most useful indexes for the evaluation of ANS: peripheral temperature (PT), skin conductance response (SCR), Heart Rate (HR), Inter Bit Interval (IBI), muscle tension as indicated by the Surface Electromyogram (EMG).
Polymyositis is an idiopathic inflammatory myopathy characterized by muscle weakness, typically proximal and symmetric, elevation in muscle enzymes, and distinctive findings of electromyogram and muscle biopsy.
The electromyographic data were recorded by the electromyogram for every person, and then the subjects walked over the treadmill (Technogym model) for 5 minutes with the same speed.
Physical examination and electromyogram findings verified peroneal nerve palsy.
An electromyogram (EMG) was performed by inserting a concentric needle electrode (Technomed Europe, Maastricht-Airport, the Netherlands) along with a subcutaneous needle electrode (Ambu Neuroline; Ambu Inc, Columbia, MD, USA), used as a ground, into various muscle groups of each pelvic limb (Fig 3).